The Houston Chronicle's Dale Robertson takes a look back at the Texans' hits and misses in the 2002 expansion draft.
The franchise tag period starts Monday, and USA Today's Robert Klemko looks at where the Texans stand with Arian Foster and Mario Williams, who are candidates to be tagged if they do not reach a long-term contract agreement with the team.
The Indianapolis Star's Bob Kravitz takes on a number of questions that have been swirling around Peyton Manning recently, including why did owner Jim Irsay come out last week and say it's up to Manning whether he returns to Indy.
How will the Colts' presumptive No. 1 pick, Andrew Luck, respond to being cast as a franchise savior? Sports Illustrated's Peter King asked Luck's college coach, Stanford's David Shaw, to weigh in.
Corner Rashean Mathis is ahead of schedule in his recovery from a torn ACL.
The Jaguars should look to trade down in the draft, argues Joey Farbo of Rant Sports.
With four safeties from last year's team that could become free agents, the Titans need to be in the market for dual threats at safety, writes The Tennessean's John Glennon.
The Titans are considering offensive linemen to take in the draft, but probably not in the first round, writes Glennon.